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of my career when i started doing more things in -- outside of just indian country, unless it was nonnative audiences, i always had to create a space for people to ask any question they wanted to ask, and you would get all sorts of questions. i know they've been dying ask those questions, and so in your book, you cover a lot of those questions, and i was glad to see that. in the beginning in the introduction, you called yourself an ambassador, and i thought you could share why an ambassador and what do you see your role in -- in that role, what prompted you to write this book? >> guest: great question. first of all, it's horribly unfair that anyone should ever be an ambassador for their people. one of the issues that comes up, especially with native american history and culture, is that there is no such thing as the native view. so, it's a loaded question to say, what do indians think about per capita payments or whatever. at it like saying, what do white people think about abortion, good or bad, and of course it's not that simple. there's a diversity of opinions, you know.
in the beginning of my career when i started doing more things you know outside of indian country, i at least try to create a space for people-to-people to ask any question they wanted to ask that makes them feel comfortable and you would get all sorts of questions. you know they have been dying to ask us questions and so in your book, you cover a lot of those questions and i was glad to see that. in the beginning in the introduction you actually called yourself an ambassador and i thought maybe you could share with us a little bit about why an ambassador and what you see your role in that role, what prompted you to want to write this book? >> guest: yeah, great question. i guess first of all it's horribly unfair that anyone should ever be an ambassador for their people and one of the issues that comes up especially with native american history and culture is that there is no such thing as the native view so it's a loaded question to save what do india and think about mascots, per capita payments or whatever. it's like saying what do people think about abortion good or bad? and of course it's not
native american indian and the western. (alphonso ortiz) western films perpetuate the notion in american minds that the indian is the enemy. the indian is the embodiment of the "other" to the american. i've sat with navaho children, watching grade-b westerns and when the cowboy or cavalry comes over the hill, they start clapping like mad. indians were defined uniformly as being in the way of the orderly march of progress and civilization. see this is how thorough the cultural conditioning is. (arthur penn) the indians had been portrayed throughout most of the westerns as these wild-blooded savages, who were given to all kinds of criminal, unchristian acts and dastardly deeds. i don't understand it, grandfather, why would they kill women and children? because they are strange. they do not seem to know where the earth's center is. the fact of the matter is that we were covering up a large part of what would be construed in modern terminology as a kind of genocide, that we were conducting, which was simply taking territory from these people. (gunfire and screams) but "little big man" was no
the indian epiics actually the indian epiics for very common in cambodia and bali and thailand and there is a different aesthetic. all southeast asia and asia there are a lot of similarities. >> he is a male entity. he is not -- are you referring to the story? >> it's interesting you should say that. a unique indian concept is one of half male, half female. and that is -- unlike some dances the solo dancer portrays all of the parts in the story. you can portray a feminine aspect and then masculine aspect with the bow and arrow. the male has to portray feminine and the female has to portray masculine. there is a very fierce dance and a soft sort of dance and every dancer has to learn all those aspects. it's very, you know, my teacher i call him a guru in this art form you have to study very, very hard. you have to learn about all the cultural aspects. he says it's liberating because he enjoys and has to learn to bring up the feminine aspect. he's a strong character it's a challenge for him and he likes it. the stories are metaphor cal. i don't look at this that this is a man o
the right spot with indians. >> reporr: japanese tv manufacturers are trying to make greater inroads here. the driving force behind this success are the sony stores. 300 of them across india. the strategy is not to lower the sales price. the higher price gives prestige to the company brand. >> it's t best brand existing in india right now. >> reporter: to make the brand even stronger, the company broadcasts on its on tv station. indians enjoy watching the sony channel. >> the brand is carried on all the channels and builds an association in the mind of the consumer as high quality. >> translator: i'm convinced that making products that meet the needs of indians and promoting our brand are essential to our success. >> reporter: in recent years japanese makers have been struggling worldwide. the key to beginning market share begins on how they prepare in india. >>> people in the philippines are getting relief after a typhoon triggered rain in the country. now it's heading to japan. >> it's getting close to japan and the southern islands of japan. it could move in on sunday. here are the cur
is sticking around a little bit. what is an american indian supposed to look like exactly and should it matter in a political race? that's next. mush push [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just finished a bowl of your new light chicken pot pie soup and it's so rich and creamy... is it really 100 calories? yes, ma'am. 100 calories. yea...i'm gonna need some proof. we get that a lot... let me put you on webcan... see? hearty vegetables... lean roasted chicken... and a creamy broth that tastes indulgent -- but isn't... so feel free to enjoy a bowl anytime. mmm i can still see you. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. droid does. and does it launch apps by voice while learning your voice ? launch cab4me. droid does. keep left at the fork. does it do turn-by-turn navigation ? droid does. with verizon, america's largest 4g lte network, and motorola, droid does. get $100 off select motorola 4g lte smartphones like the droid razr. . >>> welcome back. i'm melissa harris-perry. as bill clinton would say, basic arithmetic tells us that we've come a long way since 1892. or at least it
. >> the man in the firing line is the indian prime minister. the head of the cold ministry at the time of the controversy rosales. the opposition says he was in charge, and therefore, he has to go. mr. singer has rejected the charges and their minds that he he must resign. this is the latest in the high- profile corruption scandals in india. public anger is growing, and with national elections due in 2014 to my time is running out for the government. >> emergency services in portugal tonight as hot temperatures and strong winds threatened to spread new wildfires. two major fires order of the weekend in the north of the country have now been put out, but it took some help to put the fires out. >> firefighters are troubling to bring a huge fire under control. three active fronts and fires in factories are causing panic among the public. >> on the when the fire was around the house to the firefighters arrived. we were here alone. the helicopter arrived 10 minutes ago. >> thousands of firefighter have been engaged in the effort to contain these latest wild fires as well as here in the cent
inroads here. already indians buy more sony televisions than any other brand. the driving force behind this success as sony stores, 300 of them are across india. their strategy is not to lower the sales price. the higher price enhances the prestige of the company brand. >> definitely sony i think is the best brand existing in india right now with the technology they have. >> reporter: to make sony's brand even stronger, the company broadcasts on its own tv station. indians enjoy watching the sony channel. >> sony, the brand is carried on all the channels, and it builds an association in the mind of the consumer as a high-quality brand. >> translator: i'm convinced that making products that meet the needs of indians and promoting our brand are essential to our success. >> reporter: in recent years japanese electronic makers have been struggling worldwide. the key to regaining market share depends on how they prepare in india. >> looks like people in western japan will be dealing with a typhoon this weekend. let's get the latest from sayaka mori in her forecast. >> the typhoon sitting cl
for national office, was still defending her american indian ancestry. in fact, the liberal professor, elizabeth warren, has been talking about this since last spring, when the issue came up during her campaign to unseat senator scott brown, a republican. miss warren is a star in the democratic universe, a new and improved hillary clinton. perhaps even a presidential candidate, they say. she spent time as an adviser to president obam abut as the story goes, the republicans and even perhaps a few democrats ran her out of town. senator brown, if you haven't been paying attention, won his traditionally democratic seat in a special election after the death of senator ted kennedy, a tipoff to the white house that trouble lurk in the land of hope and change. so this is an extremely critical election for both parties as they fight to control the u.s. senate. it is a wonder that senator brown won an election in the people's republic of massachusetts t. might even take a miracle for him to hold his job in a state where democrats outnumber republicans 3 to 1. both candidates have gone down the
and a church was involved in california. i think it's perfectly legitimate. indian religious and loans. seven as a basic premise. been beaten his these need to see more ovenware. >> where you live. >> of 11 you tom. >> of what the duke. >> our web developer by trade. recently a star of a libertarian think tank trying to spread the message at the state level who. >> and what is the tenth amendment center. >> an organization with which i presume it was affiliated. i was the director of the utah chapter. it's a great national organization of the incentive which is to help see legislators pushed back against the federal criminal law and constitutional lines. for example with obamacare back with the tenth amendment center position would be no where the constitution allows the federal command given the authority been been. >> and an en what will they learn about the church of latter is since. >> to learn some of the essential doctrine's upon which our faith is based. in mid belief in a modern living profit. we believe the revolution continues to come from god and can direct our individual lives and
. >> reporter: the clash between demonstrators echoed near the nuclear power plant in the southern indian state. they confronted local residents who are against plans to start operations at the facility resulting in injuries on both sides. the protest spilled over to a neighboring district where people gathered around a police station to protest the handling of anti-nuclear demonstrations. bullets often fired on the residents, killing one. this prompted around 30 demonstrators to begin a 48-hour hunger strike on monday. they, along with their supporters, are criticizing the decision to go ahead with plans to start operating the nuclear plant. >> translator: the incident has affected us deeply, and we severely condemn it. they inflicted violence on us by throwing tear gas and beating us. they attacked us and forced us to stop our protest. >> reporter: the facility was scheduled to begin operations last fall, but that plan has been delayed by an anti-nuclear movement which gained momentum following last year's accident at japan's fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant. india, like other emerging e
indians and asian population, and that is pretty much it. voting age population for that block is 30 people. latino population on this block is 27 people. 163 people that were identified as white. seven as black. two as american indian. 25 as a nation. there is one in the other population, and one in the multiple minority group. sorry, that was 3 in the multiple minority group. >> thank you. >> i was checking on cooling the room. >> the proposal is to make this change, which would require 270 or 278? 270. deviation would be -4.63%. d5, -1 ft. 76%. >> yes. >> yes. >> yes. >> yes. >> no. >> thank you. please make this change. ms. tidwell? >> if we want to do the nopa one next. can we did the one block to be consistent? >> that block has a population of 176 people. >> she is just thinking, processing. >> deviation would be 2%. the deviation for district 1 would be -5.23%. >> i would prefer this. >> thank you. again, population of 176. aviation the district 5, 2.0. deviation of district 1, -5.23%. appreciate that there is another move for the late corridor. >> yes. >> yes. >>yes. >> yes.
-0 win. >>> no lead was safe in texas. rangers scored 2 in the eighth. the indians answered in the ninth. jason kipnis, two-run shot. indians rally to win, 5-4. >>> and, finally, high drama in minnesota. twins down one in the ninth. travis plouffe changed that with a big swing. tied it with a home run. and then in the tenth denard span wins it, an rbi single. twins score a run in the eighth, ninth and tenth and beat the royals, 4-3. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> a big return to the silver screen in a controversial film. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, one of the greatest boxers of all time, muhammad ali, was honored yesterday, for his accomplishments outside the ring. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back into "early today." again, as mentioned a beautiful situation across a good stretch of the west here. deep in mind the high fire danger into the cascades of washington. down towards los angeles, coastal areas in the 80s, heads in towards downtown, temperatures well up into the 90s. 97 in medford
and alligators, rainforests and rivers is home inform the indians. here in the interior is a missionary clinic to the dangers they face to bring americans lobster. just a few days ago he was a suburb diver. when he came here, he was paralyzed from the neck down. the reason? nitrogen bubbles in his blood. to maximize the catch, bosses pressured the indians to dive too deep, too long and far too often. they use as many as 12 to 20 tanks of air a day to depths of 100 feet. more dives than most divers could survive. >> i think all of the divers suffer. they may be just pain of shoulder or joints or ill feeling. i'm sure all of them have had it. >> helping treat a rising number of mosquitos which can help reverse some of the affects of the bends >> we have seen a number of deaths of divers who have had severe cases go home they are paralyzed from the chest or waist down. >> from going under water to going under ground. in 1982, john crawled with his camera deep into the california caverns in cave city. >> i've always been mildly claustrophobic. so it is with some trepidation that i would begin the
. if that is any indication of where we're headed. it will be a hot first week of fall. maybe an indian summer. a live look at a picture here on the golden gate bridge. hazy. it will clear in the next 15 to 20 minutes. no fog to report. look at the people enjoying 62 degrees already in san francisco. you are on the way to 70. 62 in san jose. 68 degrees in livermore. the big story in the weather department is the heat that is on the way toward the end of the week. next week we may talk about rain. things are changing. >> keeping you busy. >> job security. >>> thanks. get ready for carmageddon part two. a key ten--mile stretch of the 405 freeway will be closed this weekend. this is video from last year's phase one. most people stayed off the roads. they are hoping advanced notice and perks for riding public transit will keep people off the roads the second time around. >> sounds like a movie title. those things look like transformers. >>> still ahead, keeping up with the world. american education in the spotlight out in new york as top teachers try to figure out why students are falling behind a
to score. tigers win. >>> the white sox need to take care of the indians to keep pace. that's the indians go up 5-1. bottom nine, last chance for the chi sox. kevin youkilis, grounding into the 1-6-3, fantastic defense for the tribe. >>> remember, thursday night football tonight on espn. stanford and washington at 9:00 eastern. >>> coming up next, "the pulse," this morning. and the invention that has all the women around here talking. >> oh, yeah. it's a lifesaver for all of us ladies. we're going to show you how the convertible heel the take you just about anywhere. ♪ ooh, yeah, ooh-ooh, yeah ♪ ooh, yeah, ooh-ooh, yeah ♪ i love ya ♪ ooh, yeah, ooh-ooh, yeah [ female announcer ] introducing new special k popcorn chips. with 28 buttery chips for 120 calories, you can bring the flavor of the movies home and still stay on track. freedom to enjoy. what will you gain when you lose? find them in the cracker aisle. it just wouldn't go away. my doctor diagnosed it as fibromyalgia, thought to be the result of overactive nerves that cause chronic widespread pain. lyrica is believed to calm
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. >> being in australia, i feel indian, but in india i feel australian. i am fortunate to have the best of both worlds? >> this marketing in sydney is an example of the growing focus. a company run by the hong kong born [unintelligible] >> at i am very proud chinese, going back to hong kong and china once a year, i do consider myself australian and chinese at the same time. >> half of all the agents in australia are under 20. they can find conflict with their first generation parents, whose heart, if not their head, remains in their homeland. it has been nearly 40 years since they abolished the pro- white policy here. and now they have talked about this as the asian century, and it is. 20% of all doctors here are indian. 30% of asian people take part in an organized sport. by nearly every measure, asians are a model of assimilation. >> this is "gmt." from "bbc world news." france has granted the injunction banning further syndication and redistribution of photographs showing the duchess of cambridge baiting topless. anti-japanese protests have continued across china, with many japanese
. he never spoke to asian-american groups, visited american indian reservations, spend time with hispanic and latino communities. never spent much of his effort on african-americans. simply his efforts matter here. >> -- unlike some presidency did not spend any rhetorical effort explicitly in excluding these people but he simply ignored them. and he did attack groups and individuals and it made more than his fair share of such attacks it was an assault on behavior rather than demography. he never attacked people for their class or race but only for their behavior. he failed economic wireless, and jeered at the john and in the so at, selfish and cynical to describe them. he undermined their status, question their motives, and caricatured them with a demonic plea. he made them up but of many famous joke. never quite the same. he was as capable of using interest humor. continued growth is the only evidence we have of life get growth and progress in variable and inevitably are opposed at every step, bitterly and blindly wouldn't that be fun to be the target of such an attack. en
. she lied about being indian. we got her. i don't know what you got her on. she's not lying. her mother is part cherokee and she's also part delaware indian. so where's the lie? i don't get it. ha ha, she took advantage. no, she never took advantage of it. what a weird weird campaign. now when you do that, by the way, it also shows i've got nothing on her. she's actually gonna fight wall street. she is going to represent you. so i'll make up some nonsense but it gets worse. so his staffers including staffers like greg casey and constituent service counsel richard, local republican activist garrett got together and did this at a brown event. yeah hey we got it. got it? because you're indian or you're not indian. they think they've got elizabeth warren in
're trying to do is what you were talking about, which is to preserve indian culture and indian religion over and against that incredible sandpaper of american cultural experience, i've been told to pull away from the melting pot analogy, and now we've got to talk about tossed salads and eat stuff like that. well, in one sense, though, the melting pot is accurate, because the strip malls, the mcdonald's, the k-marts, the things in our culture have a way of taking the particularity out of immigrants and making it into an amalgam, and some of that's wonderful, some of it's good. but sometimes you have to try very hard to maintain a religious basis in a country like america, which is really decidedly secular. i mean, we've carved out a space that's secular through the first amendment to the u.s. constitution, and religion has then been pushed to the side and it's a private affair. so what's going to fill that space? there's no vacuum. so who knows what fills it. susanna, yeah? >> well, it was funny the way they did that, because they did separate it, and yet their allusions to god are right thro
officers? >> yes. >> she said it was two males, brown complexion, one female either indian or hispanic. >> she was pulled over by this female and male police officer in a two-tone jeep cherokee with a red flashing light. >> reporter: reporter sherry eenhoorn covered the story. >> they are wearing bulletproof vests with badges or shields hanging from their neck. they have black semiautomatic handguns. >> it turns out they were not police officers. johnson say that's were bandits who robbed her at gun point, auk walking off with her aren't money, $1400 in cash. it struck a chord with nassau county police. it sounded almost like two other armed robberies reported nearby over the previous six months. >> each of the incidents happened in the wii morning hours. each of the incidents seemed to be a routine traffic stop and the female is described either spanish or indian. >> the first victim, a burly man in his 20s described a harrowing confrontation with the petite woman posing as a cop. >> he tells police that she handcuffed him and police find him wearing handcuffs and he also tells the po
8 1/6 earthquake in the indian ocean last april 11th. >> is this something that you never thought you would see? >> this is an unprecedented earthquake in every way, i cannot believe it. >> that is because it turned out to be the largest ever recorded on what is called a strike slip fault, the same kind of fault that underlies much of california. >> the moment that you learn that this was a strike slip earthquake, what went through your mind? >> how bizarre. >> no one ever thought that this mechanism could trigger such a huge earthquake. so let's look at a model of how they work. it is a very simple model, with the north american plate here and the pacific plate over there. and in between? masking tape holding the fault together. the pacific plate moves northwest 2 in. per year, the strain increases and increases. and increasing until ... it snaps the surface, resulting in dramatic offsets like this one in what is now south san francisco after the 1906 earthquake. but but earthquake last april was 25 times more powerful than 1906. >> unlike anything you thought this mechanism coul
to hurt patel. and his indian neighbors are afraid who could be targeted next. >> it upset me so much. >> reporter: she is considered a pillar in the indian community. she says she doesn't believe patel was targeted because he is indian. but instead of a victim of another local crime. >> there is lots of things happening nowadays. >> reporter: meanwhile, friends gather at patel's home with his family. while many declined to go on camera, they are praying for his safe return. now, at 6:00, an nih researcher murdered in his maryland neighborhood. >>> right now, fast moving storms swept through our area. it didn't stay long but it did do some damage. >> we have new reaction after mitt romney tried to clear up controversy. >>> and a murder mystery involving a researcher at the national institutes of health. good evening. >>> we begin with team coverage tonight of the storm that have raced through our area today. heavy rains and strong winds hit just about all of us this afternoon. the storms caused some flooding, brought down some trees and power lines. they even caused trouble at local
, we were asked to vote to make four indian casinos in san diego county pony up money. i thought this was a joke. they voted to do it. now, the governor proposes to borrow against future revenues. how did they deal with these social problems when the economic problems were far worse than what we can imagine today? this is from larry halprin's. and it has these quotes from roosevelt on the wall. he said in one of his talks to the people, "the test is not whether we have more, it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little". it's a different philosophy than that which we have become used to. what i am going to show you is a lost civilization. it's a strange place. and yet, it becomes oddly familiar after a while because we built it and use it every day without knowing it. it has been buried. the living new deal project is like an archaeological dig. we are going after the new deal in california, but hope to extend throughout the united states. i thought that i am, photographer robert dosson could photo. it's gradually become a collaborative prejudice, which is state
's weekly meetings suddenly found themselves discussing indian tribes. >> we didn't know one tribe from another. so what. let them have their casino. we didn't know. nobody knew they were multi-billion dollar entities. it's not something anybody paid attention to. >> but norquist was paying attention. and to lobby for their cause he had the choctaw put up the money to organizanti-tax groups across the country. >> why in the world would grover norquist care about, care so deeply about indian tribes, unless there was something else going on. we all suspected something pretty fishy. >> the choctaw became a major contributor to norquist's organization. and norquist, in turn, was moving some of that money to the third member of that old college republican troika, ralph reed. as the pious head of the christian coalition, reed publicly opposed gamblin th refcts at wbelive is one of the greatest cancers growing on the american body politic and that is the scourge of legalized gambling. >> but by the mid-1990s, after leaving the christian coalition, reed had set up his own political consulting f
to american indians, mountainmen, traders and travelers. legendary, seemingly unbelievable stories made their way east. the canyon was said to be a "fearful chasm," the river a "frightful torrent," the sulfur springs wre "diabolical," the place where "hell bubbled up." while the eruption of old faithful was said to be "the most magnificent sight ever witnessed." in 1870, a group of private citizens from montana led by henry washburn, had ventured into yellowstone to see if these stories were true. an account of their experiences appeared in scribner's monthly thllowing spring. the editors had hid yog mora to turn field sketches made by amateur artists in the party into publishable illustrations. this commission introduced moran to a landscape he had not yet seen, and changed the course of his career. his interest piqued, moran arranged to join an upcoming expedition to yellowstone led by ferdinand hayden, a geologist who had lobbied congress for funding. moran borrowed $500 from the publisher of scribner's, using his painting "children of the mountain" as collateral. he obtained an addi
% contained. one indian reservation in the area has been evacuated. the biggest concern for crews today is that the flames could move over a ridge and closer to home. >>> a wildfire in the angeles national forest has burned nearly 4200 acres and is 69% contained. the fire broke out sunday afternoon, forcing evacuation of homes and four people received minor injuries. >>> cadaver dogs have joined in the search for a 20-year-old lafayette man missing along the beer can beach during a weekend float down the river. a $5,000 reward is being offered for his safe return. >>> hundreds of undocumented immigrants are signing up for a new federal program that may enable some of them to remain in the u.s. legally. one young man has lived nearly his entire life in san jose and is hoping to say. >> reporter: these people hoped they were taking a step closer to staying in the u.s. even with a diploma, getting a job is difficult because he is undocumented. he's taking advantage of a workshop to apply for temporary legal status under the president's deferred action program. >> time has gone by and getti
indian and japanese authors and chinese authors it's now we are very much diverse. i think for a long time we weren't. i thank you for that question. if i keep going i will never get another question. [laughter]. >> thank you for samurai's garden. i read it had it first came out and it's wonderful to be rereminded. >> thank you. and thank you for coming. you know jump off, i was samurai's garden, i said it was an energizer bunny. danville shoes samurai's garden the end of last year. they had the danville theatre which is a nice theatre and they were doing roamioand juliette and there was me in the middle of a balcony. it was a nice audience when i walked in my brain was exat that timic, look at the people here. it's almost as good as last years. i said who did you choose last year. and the year before. and told me. i said do you realize they are dead already? >> i'm alive and shouldn't i pull in a little more? [laughter] to go off, thank you for coming. >> my pleasure. i just this month read your book dreaming water. and i was -- i'm very glad to have read it. i'm wonde
as they walk over a dead indian. most of the art is not controversial. most of the artists celebrates local produce. this is one of the most extraordinary murals i have seen. at a tuberculosis cemetery. they also painted a mural in san francisco. finally, it's on the outside of the berkeley community theater. all people brought together through the arts. unfortunately, it was not the last. the war came along. and anton refurgie. there were controversial. there were tried in washington in 1953. he had a panel showing the arts and sciences. there is luther burbank and jack london. there was a thing on the side. it says federal art project and has beginning and ending date. that is a wall which becomes a tomb stone. the artists themselves are becoming ghosts. that's what he's doing there. joseph danish. head of the projects, it is it was a wonderful time that he woke up every morning wondering how long it would last. they were being paid to produce public art. well, what happened of course is the war. the war came along. and roosevelt could see it coming. so, very few people understand the new
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